This very promising debut release from Mobthrow presents an album that is, for the most part, full of mellow drum’n’bass and dubstep, but enhanced with a number of different characteristics. The album is quite moody, emotive and sullen, often having a meditative aspect to it.
Remember 2001? When the world was still recovering from a post-turn of the millenium hangover, and a couple of towers were still standing in New York? Something else happened that year: a small, limited compilation called “Krach Test” saw the light of the day as the first Ad Noiseam release ever.
Back from Maschinenfest 2010… Well done to all involved for an impressive debut in surely the best venue yet, and thanks particularly to Thomas and Tim for letting me switch [ … ]
Bad Loop “Fragments EP” (Soft Phase) (recommended by Dan @ Wounds of the Earth) Various “Ad Noiseam Autumn 2010 Sampler” (Ad Noiseam) Various “Wounds Of The Earth II” (Wounds Of [ … ]
Since his debut release in 2004 of “The Widnes Years”, Keef has gone from strength to strength in his music, and has now reached album number four in the form [ … ]
Founded by Nicolas Chevreux as a spin-off of the successful webzine Recycle Your Ears, Ad Noiseam is an essential reference in the field of underground experimental electronics. With quite a [ … ]
Zak Roberts is the man behind Cdatakill, a music project started in the mid-1990s and now most notably on the German label Ad Noiseam, and has toured extensively whether on [ … ]
CD, Ad Noiseam, 2004 cdatakill.c8.com After last year’s “Paradise”, Zak Roberts’ Cdatakill strikes again with his second CD release, “The Cursed Species”. The darkly abstract artwork and nihilistic titles pretty [ … ]
EP, Ad Noiseam, 2003 www.tarmvred.net “Viva 6581” is the second release of the Swedish Noise/Industrial project Tarmvred on the Ad Noiseam label after their debut album “Subfusc” which caused quite [ … ]